All businesses should adopt MFA. Now
If you log into any of your devices and apps with just a username and a password, then you’re using one piece of ID – or one ‘authentication factor’. And that’s just not enough. We recommend using MFA. That’s Multi-Factor Authentication. And it adds extra layers of...
Bot malware is a growing security threat
Bot malware is a worrying new security risk. Malware bots steal whole user profiles – that’s a complete snapshot of your ID and settings.
Don’t forget your phone when you think about cyber security
Our phones are a goldmine of private information. If they’re not as secure your other devices, they can become a gaping hole in your cyber security
Let’s start talking about AI
From Alexa to Siri, AI is already all around us, but names like ChatGPT, Dall-E and Jasper have blown up the internet. Let’s decode some of the language
Cyber attacks are getting bigger and smarter. Are you vulnerable?
Recently, the biggest ever DDoS attack was reportedly blocked. Worse still, more businesses are being targeted with criminals demanding huge ransoms
AI is making phishing scams more dangerous
AI chatbots have taken the world by storm lately. But for all the fun they offer, criminals have been finding ways to use AI for more sinister purposes.
Is your security focusing on the right things?
A new study shows that only a third of businesses place detection as their main priority, while two thirds say prevention is their primary focus.
Young employees have different attitudes to cyber crime
If you employ anyone aged between 16 and 19, you need to pay special attention to the cyber security training you’re giving your team.
Take action to avoid a devious new phishing scam
Cyber criminals are getting smarter. This recent malware threat is unusually smart. It impersonates a highly trusted brand name to get a foot in the door.
When did you last have a health check?
Book now for an IT check-up, to get in great shape for the journey ahead? You do it for yourself and your car – now do the same for your workplace tech
Are your younger employees experiencing ‘tech shame’?
Gen Z and even some Millennial employees are less tech savvy than many employers might expect. It’s an assumption that’s leading to a sense of ‘tech shame’.
7 Best Managed IT Service Providers in New England
Best Managed IT Services In New England Flexibility, scalability, and efficient resource allocation are just three of the many benefits you get from managed IT services. They may not be a viable option for some businesses, but most SMBs can benefit from sharing their...
A little trust can go a long way
Countless employers still don’t trust their people to do their best work unless they’re physically in the office.
Windows is the prime target for cyber criminals
With its huge dominance in the workplace, Microsoft’s Windows has become the prime target for cyber criminals.
When can you finally forget your password?
Passkeys are set to take over from traditional passwords to give us a safer, more secure way of logging into our online accounts.
Are your people Christmas shopping from work?
Almost half of people with social media accounts admit to falling for shopping scams. If your team are shopping at work, is your business protected?
Zoom wants to be the new Teams
Zoom is looking for a piece of the MS Teams action with the launch of a whole suite of features and services
Why you will not be fine on this Cloud9
Fake Flash messages are being used as a cover for a new ‘botnet’ campaign. If you use Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge you could be a target.
Are you losing hours each week setting up video calls?
You could be losing a full-time working week for every member of your team, thanks to the hassle of setting up video calls.
Don’t walk the plank with pirated software￼
A huge number of small and medium-sized businesses would consider using pirated software to try and save money. Don’t do it.